Dumble/Marshall/fender clean

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  1. PLAYLOUD

    PLAYLOUD Member

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    Are there any amps out there that can do these three tones from one channel?
     
  2. GuitarsFromMars

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    That would be a neat trick wouldn't it. With enough switches it could be done.
     
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    I dont think so from one channel.
     
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    if there were such an amp, do you think it would be successful? Perhaps something around the $2,500 - 3,500 price range.
     
  6. drbob1

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    Believe it or not there's one that gets close. The Trace Elliott Bonneville has a preamp that reconfigures mechanically and electrically when you turn a switch (it does Fender with 2 preamp tubes, Marshall with 3 and high gain with 4). New they sold in very small amounts for $1500 or so, used they usually sell in the $750 range. Of course, Trace was bought out by Gibson, so the amp is no longer available new. I might be able to find one if you're interested.
     
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    Carol Ann, would be closest, but its two channels, and will get you 75%
    of each amp ,fender marshall and dumble, Good luck, Bigtone
     
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    What is a modded OTS?
     
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    My Blueverb will get very very close to all three but to do it, you need to revoice the entire amps controls for each sound. Which makes it ideal in the studio but less than suitable if you want to access each of the three sounds instantaneously in a live environment.

    -T
     
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    Hey guys, I want a luxury sports car that can tow a boat and gets 45 miles to the gallon. :jo
     
  13. Pickmaster

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    Hi,

    Ceriatone sells it for about $1000
    On fenderish - bright switch was on and mid’s pot was on 4
    On Dumbleis – bright OFF and mids on 6

    Cheers
     
  14. glaswerks

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    Kinda sounds like the Fendumshal that Gil Ayan and I were musing around with a few months back..... got some drawings around here somewhere.....
     
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    Carol Ann . . but it's two channels
     
  16. Pickmaster

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    Hi Gary.

    What a great name – Fendumshall.
    Unfortunately I never had chance to try one of your great amps but heard and loved sound samples. Also Scott L was raving about them. I’ve heard you built 3 channel one as well.
     
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    glaswerks Gold Supporting Member

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    Just rolls off the tongue so nice.

    Glad you liked the sound clips. You know, I heard that rumor as well.....
     
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    DUDE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Great sounds.
    I had an amp which gave me the same clean your amp did on the D sounds.

    I know i'll get shot for this, it was a Mesa B Tremoverb combo circa 1994.

    Man, i am gassing right now, thanks for the clips.
     
  19. Pickmaster

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    Hey macmax77, I love boogies, mark 2+ great amp and now Lonestar Classic 100w.
     

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